What has happened at our nation’s traditional Evangelical Christian seminaries and colleges?

Over the past several years, pastors and professors graduating from seminaries in the United States seem to be more familiar with French postmodernists, liberal radicals, and open society progressives. These wayward philosophies manifest themselves in concepts such as critical race theory, white privilege, systemic racism and other forms of postmodern deconstructionism.

What exactly is going on and how can this problem be reversed?

The answer lies in two forms. First, in the average evangelical church pew in the form of the common man or woman who takes the responsibility of being a good Berean along with the infallible guide of Holy Scripture. Secondly, in faithful pastors who are willing to endure criticism and hardship in order to break from the postmodern direction of their denominations, para-church ministries, and seminaries.

A valuable resource suggested for this episode, Steven Hicks’ Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault.

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Michael O'Fallon
Michael O’Fallon is the Founder of Sovereign Nations, a media site dedicated to the preservation of national sovereignty.

One Comment to: Evangelical Seminaries: Deconstruction Zones | The Causes Of Things Ep. 7

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    Nathan Smutz

    January 17th, 2022

    My Father is a pastor and chose his Seminary school back in the late 60’s. Even then, it was hard to find one that believed in the Bible as written. One representative told Dad that he was obsessed with sex, because he asked if they believed in the virgin birth.
    It looks like they’re now aggressively harming the culture.


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